This is We See You Sis, an emotionally penetrating video series aimed at celebrating Black women who make an impact online, while digging deeper into their emotional health and well-being beyond their most “liked” posts.
Don’t be misled by her upbeat first name: Sunny Hostin is not a woman to underestimate.
As a co-host on The View, the former federal prosecutor and mother of two let’s viewers in on her life with her beloved chickens — yes, she raises chickens on her Purchase, New York estate — her optimistic views on partnership and marriage, and holding Donald Trump accountable, especially when he crosses legal lines.
But there’s so much more to the Bronx-raised woman, who’s learned how to navigate her life as an Afro-Latina. It’s a journey that’s not only informed her worldview, but also made her stand firmly in her individuality.
“The difficulty of being Afro-Latina, in general, is the lack of acceptance in both communities,” she told ESSENCE for a new episode of ”We See You Sis.” “In some people’s eyes you are not Black enough, and in some people’s eyes you’re not Latina enough.”
Still, Hostin added that “as a strong woman of color, as an Afro-Latina, I make sure that I get to determine how I am seen. I will not be defined by anyone else.”
To see how Hostin is continuing to defy the odds, and create space for other Afro-Latina women like herself, watch the latest episode of “We See You, Sis.”
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